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Pandigital Novel

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Pandigital Novel

PC Magazine
24 June 2011
  • Conclusion: The Pandigital Novel is a well specified but poorly thought-out device; it tries to be an e-book reader and tablet computer simultaneously, and fails at both tasks.
  • Pros: Attractive home screen UI. Android OS means it doubles as a low-cost tablet computer.
  • Cons: Dim, fuzzy, extremely stubborn touch screen. Sluggish, obtuse user interface. Buggy, despite a recent firmware update.
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Overall 4

Pandigital Novel eReader

29 November 2010
  • Summary: The feature set of the affordable Pandigital Novel looks good on paper, but this color e-book reader and multimedia device is hobbled by its extremely slow performance and unresponsive touch screen.
  • Pros: E-book reader with color touch screen; built-in Wi-Fi; access to Barnes & Noble eBook store; SD expansion slot for additional memory; Web browser and e-mail capabilities; displays images and some video formats; support for audio and MP3 playback.
  • Cons: Resistive touch-screen is problematic; extremely sluggish performance; interface could be more intuitive; overall user experience could be better.
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Overall 4

Pandigital Novel Review

LAPTOP Magazine
22 September 2010
  • Summary: Whether or not you fall on this side of the LCD vs. e-Ink eReader display debate, the Pandigital Novel is not the best exemplar of the former category. The device has some potential, and perhaps upgrades to the firmware and software can improve some of the frustrating flaws we encountered--after all, that's what Barnes & Noble did with the Nook . Until then, consumers will be better off with the Kindle, Nook, or iPad.
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